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Georgia State University-2015--Financial Aid Interventions

Year: 
2016
Campus Strategy: 

Staff examine the drop lists for students with genuine unmet need, who are on track for graduation using our academic analytics, and who have modest balances for tuition and fees.  Students are offered micro grants on the condition that they agree to certain activities, including meeting with a financial counselor to map out plans to finance the rest of their education.

2,094 grants were distributed in 2014-2015.  The largest group of recipients last year were seniors, who often are running out of Hope funding or exhausting other aid.